Hartfield Academy is a Christ-centered college preparatory school with a vision and calling to assist families in nurturing children academically, emotionally and spiritually, while propelling them to live passionately for Christ before and after graduation.
We serve grades K3 through 12th. Our Mission: A Christ-centered, college preparatory school which was created to help families prepare their young people academically, emotionally and spiritually to pursue the next stages of their lives with a passion for learning, for putting others ahead of self, and for the living and active Jesus Christ.

Quick Stats (2021-22)

  • Grades: Prekindergarten-12
  • Average class size: 18 students
  • Application Deadline: None / Rolling

Top Rankings

Hartfield Academy ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Mississippi for:

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Attribute
Sports offered

School Overview

School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Prekindergarten-12
Year Founded
2012

Student Body

Total Students
n/a
Student Body Type
Co-ed

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
120 teachers
Average Class Size
18 students
Advanced Courses
AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry, AP English, AP English Lit, AP U.S. Government, AP U.S. History
Classroom Dress Code
Casual
(Uniforms)

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling

Sports

Extracurriculars

Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.
4 extracurriculars
ExtracurricularsExtra-curric.
Club or Organization:
TRON Robitics, Yearbook

Arts and Music Programs:
Madrigal Singers, Spring Musical

School Notes

Our Mission:  A Christ-centered, college preparatory school which was created to help families prepare their young people academically, emotionally and spiritually to pursue the next stages of their lives with a passion for learning, for putting others ahead of self, and for the living and active Jesus Christ.

Our Vision:  To be a school that prepares students to impact their world by helping them discover and embrace their identity in Christ as they align their God-given purpose and passion with an intellectual preparedness that is unparalleled.

Our Philosophy:  The aim of true Christian education is to encourage the pursuit of knowing God, His created world, and the expressed order found therein. It engages and challenges the mind and heart along the higher paths of intellection while building the heart`s capacity for inspiration and revelation. A student who connects the facts, concepts, and principles of a Christ-centered education in a purpose driven and faith integrating catechism for life is challenged to address how he makes decisions in work and scholarship, his admission and acknowledgement of his own place in history, and his character development in light of his commitment to faith in Christ. A Christ-centered education affects every area of a student`s life and learning as he develops spiritually, academically, morally, socially and physically.

Core Values
  • Truth - We believe that Jesus Christ is the author of all truth.  We strive to create a culture where truth is pursued, lived and championed in the classroom and in life.Scriptures: John 8:31, 14:6. 17:7 and Daniel 1:8
  • Excellence - We believe that God is excellent and desires and deserves our best in all we do. We strive to offer our absolute best in everything, to the glory of GodScriptures: Titus 3:8, Psalm 8:1, I Peter 2:9, I Peter 4:11, I Corinthians 10:31 and Colossians 3:17
  • Service - We believe service follows the example of Jesus Christ and is the key to greatness. We strive to emulate Christ by serving others ahead of self.Scriptures: Ephesians 6:7, John 12:26, Galatians 5:13, Philippians 2:1-3, Daniel 3:17, 1:40, 6:20.
  • Leadership - We believe God uses people to influence and change the world for His kingdom purposes. We strive to create courageous leaders who make wise choices, who lead by example and who serve as salt and light in the world.Scriptures: Romans 12:8, Matthew 5:13-16; Daniel 1:17-21, and Daniel 2: 48-49
  • Honor - We believe God calls us to respect those He has placed in authority and to value all people because He made man in His image. We strive to create a culture where authority is respected, people are valued, and our students learn to live honorably.Scriptures: Leviticus 19:32, Exodus 20:12, Romans 13:1; I Samuel 2:30; I Peter 2:17; Ephesians 6:1-3
Profile last updated: 01/13/2021

School Reviews

  5.00 out of 5  (2 reviews)
5  
It was a horrible experience for the money I paid! They didn`t care for my son and the principle bullied, threatened and yelled at him for missing school instead of trying to find out what was going on with him! Granted, I told him prior before he spoke to my son, that he has been crying and suicidal and he promised he wouldn`t yell or fuss and was concerned! But he lied! When I brought my son back there he yelled, threatened police (never bothered asking him what's wrong) even after I told the principle he was crying and suicidal! But, yet he had called his dad behind my back who had no custody of him and he was probably drunk when he called him and bullied him like his dad did the few times he saw him! I was the one taking off work and paying for his school, but his dad! But, the principle chose to bully a sweet, innocent kid that never showed disrespect to the principle or anyone there! Kidsif he did, he would get in trouble! Adults hold children to a high level to respect but they aren`t accounted for when they they disrespect iuds! Wow! Long story short! Come to find out my son had a heart issue and there was never an apology or any care or concern! But, they sure fussed, abused and threatened before figuring out what was wrong with him`! He NEVER deserved that abusive treatment! Waste or money and I wish o never sent him there! I would NEVER recommend that school to anyone! If they treated him like they cared he probably would have stayed! But, after the sorry treatment he was given, I wouldn`t want him or anyone to stay there!! Abusive and unconcerned and non-Christian! Christians don`t act like that not do what an absent father tells them to do and tells them to bully him!! I am so very disappointed in this school!
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Good morning. I am inquiring about your curriculum for special needs students. My 16 year old son has some autism, but he is independent and functional. Does your school offer classes, tutoring and a curriculum that will meet his needs? Thank you Nicole ONeal
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Quick Stats (2021-22)

  • Grades: Prekindergarten-12
  • Average class size: 18 students
  • Application Deadline: None / Rolling

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